Pretend your main character has gone to a psychic to learn about the future. Write the conversation(20+ lines of dialogue)between your character and the psychic; the psychic must talk about 1-2 specific situations in the character's life, and make 3 predictions.
Rewrite, or continue upon the ending of your book. For example, if your book has ended on a cliffhanger, write what happens next. If you disliked your ending create a brand new one. Your alternate ending should be a t least 3 paragraphs, at 5-6 sentences each.
Write a series of 20 text messages between two characters from your book. These texts must talk about something important or relevant from your book—each text message must be at LEAST a sentence each! No “one word” texts, please.
Redesign the cover for your book, using color, creativity, and neatness to display your ideas. Then, write a book review on the back (5-6 sentences), which include your thoughts about the book, and whether or not you would recommend it. Then copy and post your review on‘Goodreads’.
Choose any 3 characters from your book, and write a famous quote to represent each of them. Then, write 2-3 sentences about what you think each quote means, and 2-3 sentences why you chose each quote for the characters.
Using color, creativity, and neatness, draw an important scene from your book (such as the climax of the story.) Then write 5-6 sentences on the back, which should explain the scene you have chosen to draw, and why it’s such an important scene in your book.
Find 10 words in your book that you don’t know and write them down. Then, write the definition for each word, and use each word in an original sentence. *Bonus points if you also include the sentences used in the book, with the new sentences!*
Create a soundtrack of 5 songs that you feel really represents your book. Think of this of the theme for the book. For each song, write the song’s title and artist, as well as a 2-3 sentence explanation about the song’s meaning, and 2-3 sentences about why you chose this song for your character.
Choose your least favorite character from your book. Then, write an angry letter to this character, explaining your reasons why you dislike him/her. Your letter must be at least 2 paragraphs long (5-6 sentences each!) with 3 reasons for your dislike.
Create a series of 10+ hashtags for your book. They must be specific and detailed to your book—no bland hashtags like #books, or #trilogy. Include 2-3 sentences for each hashtag, explaining what each means, and why they’re important.
Pretend you are going to join the main character in your story for a day. Write a detailed journal entry about your day, and what you two do together. Your journal entry must be at least 3 paragraphs long, and include relevant information from your novel, and character.
Pretend you write an advice column, and a character from your book writes to asks for your help. Write a letter from the character to you, which explains their problem. Then write a letter back to your character, giving advice for their problem. Each letter must be 5-6 sentences!




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